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  • Ezelap diamond plates have been manufactured in the US since the 1970s and use a unique process and modern technology to produce the highest quality diamond plates. The continuous diamond plates cut the fastest and most efficiently, with the best edge produced of any diamond plate worldwide.

    The high-quality industrial-grade diamonds are bonded on to a 1/4in thick steel plate substrate to ensure perfect flatness and long-life durability. Once coated the plates are approximately 6.5mm thick.

    Unlike cheap Asian diamond plates, as the diamond surface wears down, more and more diamonds are exposed and the sharpener cuts faster. When more pressure the plate will cut even faster.

    With care these sharpeners can last a lifetime. 

    Also available in 200x75mm size.

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    From $62.90 (inc GST)
     
  • Most woodworkers need two grits to sharpen their tools – a medium or fine grit to touch up edges and super-fine to finsh off. These double-sided plates offer great value-for-money as you can get both in one compact package.

    Each sharpener is approximately 2.7mm thick and uses the same high-quality industrial diamonds as all Ezelap products and the two plates are set into a durable plastic cradle that maintains long-term durability and plate flatness.

    Plate size is 150x50mm with a number of grit combinations available.

    Also available in 200x75mm size.

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    From $109.00 (inc GST)
     
  • Ezelap diamond plates have been manufactured in the US since the 1970s and use a unique process and modern technology to produce the highest quality diamond plates. The continuous diamond plates cut the fastest and most efficiently, with the best edge produced of any diamond plate worldwide.

    The high-quality industrial-grade diamonds are bonded on to a 1/4in thick steel plate substrate to ensure perfect flatness and long-life durability. Once coated the plates are approximately 6.5mm thick.

    Unlike cheap Asian diamond plates, as the diamond surface wears down, more and more diamonds are exposed and the sharpener cuts faster. When more pressure the plate will cut even faster.

    With care these sharpeners can last a lifetime. 

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    From $159.00 (inc GST)
     
  • Most woodworkers need two grits to sharpen their tools – a medium or fine grit to touch up edges and super-fine to finsh off. These double-sided plates offer great value-for-money as you can get both in one compact package.

    Each sharpener is approximately 2.7mm thick and uses the same high-quality industrial diamonds as all Ezelap products and the two plates are set into a durable plastic cradle that maintains long-term durability and plate flatness.

    Plate size is 200x75mm with a number of grit combinations available.

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    From $159.00 (inc GST)
     
  • $169.00 (inc GST)
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  • These hand laps are the versatile little sharpeners that can. On a durable 100x19mm plastic handle they are great for sharpening virtually anything – scissors, spade bits, knives, fish hooks or anything else you can think of. Available in a wide range of grits or as two different kits.

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    From $24.90 (inc GST)
     
  • These diamond plates are perfect for hunting and fishing knives, woodworking tools, blades, axes and industrial use. No oil or water is necessary, the surface will remain true and flat. Includes a groove for fish hooks and comes with durable leather pouch for storage.

     

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    $22.90 (inc GST)
     
  • A great economy option to the bigger and heavier diamond plates. The high-quality industrial-grade diamonds are bonded to a thin flat steel plate substrate and are great for small woodworking tools and other items needing a keen edge. Approximate thickness is 1.35mm Available in a variety of grits.

     

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  • $42.90 (inc GST)
     
  • This double-sided plate is a super-fine diamond/ceramic combination finishing stone to give you the finest edge possible on all tools. No need to strop once you have used one of these. Comes with a durable quality leather pouch.

     

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    $34.90 (inc GST)
     
  • $79.90 (inc GST)
     
  • EZE-Fold models have a carrying case that unfolds into a handle. When closed the case protects the diamond surface and when open, the case becomes a functional handle.

    Get two popular grits – 400 and 1200-Grit in the one unit. The diamond plate areas measure 102 x 19mm each.

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    $64.90 (inc GST)
     
  • EZE-Fold models have a carrying case that unfolds into a handle. When closed the case protects the diamond surface and when open, the case becomes a functional handle.

    A great shape for a variety of applications including the sharpening of kitchen knives plus other long sharp edges. Available in the most popular 600-Grit (fine) model.

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    $47.90 (inc GST)
     
  • This diamond sharpener is 57mm long with a D-shaped shaft. It has a groove for fishhooks and opens out to 138mm when assembled. It stores in the pen-type cap. The D-shape is perfect for using on a variety of shapes with the ability to turn it to suit the sharpened surface.

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    $19.90 (inc GST)
     
  • This diamond sharpener is 57mm long with a taper shaft so is perfect for serrated blades. It opens out to 138mm when assembled and stores in the pen-type cap. 

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    $19.90 (inc GST)
     
  • Precision-Sharpening Diamond Plates

    A formidable combination in the battle against blunt tools.

    Traditionally sharpening chisels and plane blades was a messy business. Usually involving an arkansas oilstone or Japanese waterstone, a lubricant - oil or water, some cloths to clean up the mess afterwards and not forgetting a considerable level of skill; to hold and maintain the contact angle between blade and stone.

    Once a decent primary angle has been established the PSS is ideal for creating and re-touching blade edges. The tidy up afterwards is almost nonexistent as the Diamond cross stones can be used dry if preferred. Most important is that the tool is sharp when undertaking a task. A blunt edge is a very dangerous condition to use a tool and even if injury is avoided; the resulting finish is never crisp and ‘’professional’’ looking. The PSS allied with the New Diamond Cross stones is probably the fastest way to safely create and maintain a good sharp edge.

    Any successful tool sharpening process will result in a wire or burr forming on the back or flat of a blade. It’s important to remove this wire during (between diamond grades) and finishing the sharpening process. This can be easily done using a Diamond Cross 1000 grade stone wiped flat across the back of the blade.

    Router Cutters like any other woodworking blade need regular sharpening and maintenance. The Diamond Cross Stone is the perfect size to work in between the flat of the TCT blade and the anti chip body of the cutter. Due to the speed at which the router cutter runs - between 14,000 and 22,000 RPM.

    Residues and dirt build-up on the cutting surface of the cutter further blunting the blade edge and increasing the chance of leaving burn marks on the molded edge being worked on. A common lubricant such as engineers cutting fluid or even an aerosol oil such as WD40 can easily remove build up on the router cutter prior to sharpening

    Features

    Unique surface pattern
    With all diamond sharpening stones pasting can occur. This is where a mixture of debris from the sharpening process mix with dirt to clog the diamond stone surface which reduces the abrasion rate of the stone. This occurs more on a continuous coated diamond surface stone as there is nowhere for the this spent material to go. The diamond cross pattern provides specifically designed relief recesses where the waste material is forced during sharpening thus reducing the pasting effect and reducing the need to frequently clean.

    Increased size
    The new stones are larger than the originals with an increased sharpening surface area of just over 10%. That means more abrasion, quicker sharpening and better results. Size: 3 x 1” (76 x 25mm)

    Finger recessed backing plates
    The backing plates are now recessed at both ends to make it easier and quicker to remove from the diamond stone from the PSS carriage when changing over to a different diamond grit. The same backing plate colour to grit coding has been maintained as before.

    Diamond grade indication
    So there’s no confusion as to what colour of backing plate refers to what grade of diamond. The grade or grit size is clearly relief etched on the top surface at one end of the new stones. So it’s always clear which grade of stone is in your hand.

    WHY ANGLED STONES?
    Good question – The Angled Stones more than double the number of times a blade can be re-sharpened between primary re-grinds. The main advantage is regaining a sharp edge quickly, saving a lot of time and energy, increasing the number of re-sharpens increases the life of your tools.

    HOW
    Sharpening angles are really down to personal preference. As an ex-professional perhaps I didn’t have the time to appreciate the subtle differences between a 25 deg and a 30 deg edge. The most important thing for me at the time was having a chisel in hand that had a decent edge when needed. Providing it was sharp I was happy.

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